Learning from Media: Arguments, Analysis, and Evidence

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Richard E. Clark
Information Age Pub., 2001 - Education - 355 pages
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This volume incorporates essays questioning the meta-analyses of computer-based instruction research, Robert Kozma's counterpoint theory of learning with media, science-based technology verus experience-based craft and science-based authentic technologies.

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This book provides the varied perspectives of how to define and activate effective technology use in educational settings. Dr. Clark represented the perspective that technology or media is a vehicle, facilitating the transmission or transfer of information. Dr. Kozma represented the perspective that technology is used to facilitate the creation of knowledge or the use of information.
This discussion continues and researchers and users of technology in educational settings confront how technology is best suited in classrooms or in training sessions.
Reading this volume can help you discern how you can use technology.
 

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